Heidi Heckelbeck Has A Secret
  • Heidi Heckelbeck Has A Secret
  • Heidi Heckelbeck Has A Secret
  • Heidi Heckelbeck Has A Secret
  • Heidi Heckelbeck Has A Secret
  • Heidi Heckelbeck Has A Secret
  • Heidi Heckelbeck Has A Secret
ISBN: 1442435658
EAN13: 9781442435650
Language: English
Release Date: Jan 3, 2012
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 0.4" H x 7.3" L x 5.4" W
Weight: 0.25 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

Introducing Heidi Heckelbeck--a brand-new young chapter book series with witchy whimsy

Now readers between the ages of five and seven can read chapter books tailor-made for a younger level of reading comprehension. Heavily illustrated with large type, Little Simon's young chapter books let young readers feel like they are reading a grown-up format with subject, text, and illustrations geared specifically for their own age groups

Heidi Heckelbeck seems like any other eight-year-old, but she has a secret: She's a witch in disguise. Careful to keep her powers hidden (but excited to use them all the same), Heidi's learning to live like any other kid--who just happens to be witch. And with easy-to-read language and illustrations on almost every page, Heidi Heckelbeck chapter books are perfect for beginning readers.

Heidi and her brother Henry have always been homeschooled--until now. But Heidi is not happy about attending Brewster Elementary, especially not when meanie Melanie Maplethorpe turns Heidi's first day of school into a nightmare by announcing that Heidi is smelly and ruining her art project. Heidi feels horrible and never wants to go back to school--but while sulking in her room at home, she remembers her special medallion and Book of Spells. With a little bit of carefully concealed magic, Heidi might be able to give Melanie a taste of her own medicine.

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   Not her favorite, but a solid series for my 8 year old daughter
After finishing the Dork Diaries books, I was looking for a new series for her to start. She feels that these books are below her reading level and she is not as interested in the subject matter as she was with Dork Diaries, but she enjoyed it.
   my 6-year-old loves these
My six-year-old daughter loves absolutely these books. I have had a hard time finding a series of books she enjoys and finally found one she looks forward to reading so happy! btw, I also do not mind reading these with her, I enjoy them, which is also nice.
   I loved it!
The words of my oldest daughter, I thought it was brilliantly thought out. I liked it very much ''. She has been homeschooled until the second grade. Heidi finds a new girl at school and a mean friend.
   Dyslexic and loved the larger print
Great series for smaller ones with a larger print. My daughter is dyslexic and reads this very well and quickly.
   Good for second through fourth grade
I Tutoring a 4th grader who has some difficulty with her reading skills and this book is just right for her.
   Promotes soft drinks :-(
My 5-year old daughter starts with 5 starts and wants more Heidi books. I agreed to the side story, starting page 10 about Heidi and Henry helping Dad with work from home. “... test my new fruit cola formula... Why does he have to work at a soda pop company? What is wrong with yogurt, cereal or even ice cream designers? Obesity and tooth decay are epidemic and sugary drinks are the main contributor. I have substituted milkshake '', the author and editor should have done the same to earn 5 stars otherwise.
   Great books!
My 5yo daughter is reading at about a second grade level and loves these books. She liked the first so much that we bought her the whole series and she read through all ten of them over her winter break.
   Very cute
This book was perfect for my second grader, who struggles with reading. She loves the premise of the story and was able to read most of the words without too much difficulty, which gave her a huge boost of confidence. Finally she begins to love reading and that makes me even more to love the story!
   From homeschooling to public school
Heidi Heckelbeck has always been homeschooled, but now she goes to the public school for the first time in second grade. There is a mean girl, a play she has to perform in, though she doesn 't want to, and already knows what she is learning because her mother taught her at home. I think the Heidi Heckelbeck books would have been very useful for my middle son, when he first went to the public school in second grade and hated every minute of the half year he attended. The end was extremely abrupt and left on a cliffhanger, which my boys and I did not like. I recommend this book to young readers who are ready for chapter books. Bonus if it is a young reader who transitions for the first time from homeschooling to public school.